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Poolside Repose

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40 x 60
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70 x 105
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100 x 150
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Framing/mounting options:
Mounted under acrylic glass
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 40 x 60 cm (External dimensions) profile width: 15 mm, with acrylic glass glossy, Canadian Maple, White, 44,4 x 64,4 cm (External dimensions) On premium paper (glossy) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 40 x 60 cm (External dimensions)
Framing/mounting options:
Mounted under acrylic glass
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 70 x 105 cm (External dimensions) profile width: 15 mm, with acrylic glass glossy, Canadian Maple, White, 74,4 x 109,4 cm (External dimensions) On premium paper (glossy) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 70 x 105 cm (External dimensions)
Framing/mounting options:
Mounted under acrylic glass
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 100 x 150 cm (External dimensions) profile width: 15 mm, with acrylic glass glossy, Canadian Maple, White, 104,4 x 154,4 cm (External dimensions) On premium paper (glossy) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 2 mm glossy, frameless, 100 x 150 cm (External dimensions)

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Poolside Repose
2023 / 2024 / PMI03 Created in 2023 / Published in 2024 / No. PMI03 PMI03
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Paul Milinski
Enter a world in which all doors are open and the air is sweet – full of sources of both inspiration and, yet still, critical reflection. The Australian contemporary digital artist Paul Milinski is internationally known for his vibrant,…
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Enter a world in which all doors are open and the air is sweet – full of sources of both inspiration and, yet still, critical reflection. The Australian contemporary digital artist Paul Milinski is internationally known for his vibrant, glamourous sceneries with a surreal touch. With almost tangible seeming elements he creates an immersive experience for the viewer, making us feel like we can step right into the idyll and feel the mild wisp of wind on our cheeks. What enchants with its blissful serenity at first glance overwhelms with stunning intellectual depth at a closer look. In combination with his unmatched sense for aesthetics and zeitgeist, the outstanding technical finesse Paul Milinski’s work shows has led to global prominence in digital design: The visual artist is not only in great demand among international galleries, but also highly regarded among luxury brands such as Gucci, Hermes, Luis Vuitton, and Cartier.
His creations show the fine line between dream and illusion; they tell sophisticated stories in the most fantastical ways: On the one hand, his scenic pool renderings illustrate the abstract tension between the lightness of luxury and the weight of the pursuit for it. On the other hand, he creates a gentle space for pure inspiration and mental peace in his magical Botanical Gardens based on his impression of the Melbourne Botanical Gardens. His Synthetic Waterfalls, however, are visualized through flowing silk drapes, challenging the viewer’s expectations and expanding the boundaries of our imagination.
Between architectural glamour and natural grace, he approaches the beauty around us in various ways to allow the viewer to both enjoy and reflect on it. The characteristic aesthetics with which he has made a name for himself internationally and which is studied by aspiring artists across the globe, infuses each of his works with an inviting soft light. Without sugarcoating, Paul Milinski creates the beauty we long for in our daily life. You could almost say: he supplies rose-colored glasses that make us see more clearly.

VITA
Paul Milinski is a Melbourne-based visionary digital artist and designer and the driving force behind Milisnki Studio. His internationally acclaimed contemporary 3D renderings are featured by renowned galleries and high-end brands around the world, such as Cartier, Luis Vuitton, Hermes, and Gucci. Always driven by the urge to create, Milinski originally started out as a musician and manual factory worker. However, his visual talent and passion for design shined through and – in combination with his multifaceted experience – made him a leader in immersive experience design and 3D visualization. Today, his work is being studied across the globe. His most recent accomplishments involve consistently sold-out collections for Nifty Gateway, and his work being auctioned at over half a million dollars at the Miami Bitcoin Conference.
INTERVIEW

Picasso once said, "you don't make art, you find it." Where do you find your art?
I find my art in the ordinary and elevate it to the extraordinary. My inspiration comes from the small, often overlooked details of everyday life. By combining these elements, I aim to create both familiar and entirely new visuals, transforming the mundane into something captivating.

From an idea to its materialization: How do you approach your work?

The challenge for me is always in the conceptualization – shaping that initial spark into something viable and compelling. The technical execution, bringing the idea to life through digital art, is comparatively straightforward. It's the bridge from a budding inkling of an idea to a fully formed artwork that is both the challenge and the glory of my process.

What is your favourite book?

A sea of words is like a chore to me. I mostly stay away from novels; however, If I had to pick one book that inspired me, it would be one from my childhood, 'Where The Wild Things Are' by Maurice Sendak. Oh, how this book took me places. And I'm sure it still would now if I picked it up!

Which artist would you like to have coffee with, and what would you discuss?

If I could have coffee with any artist, it would be David Bowie. He always struck me as not just incredibly talented but also deeply thoughtful and genuinely caring. In his interviews, he had this way of blending sage advice with a light-hearted sense of humour that I've always admired. I'd love to sit down and soak in his perspectives on art, creativity, and life. I think a conversation with him would be as enlightening as it would be entertaining – just being in the presence of someone who navigated the creative world with such originality and grace would be incredibly inspiring.

How did you get into art?

My journey into art started early. As a kid, you'd always find me in a corner, crayons in hand, sketching sharks and Ninja Turtles. But growing up, I felt disheartened by the way schools seemed to undervalue art, leading me to leave academia behind for more hands-on work in factories and various labour jobs.
Yet, the urge to create never left me. It simmered beneath the surface until I couldn't ignore it any longer. That's when I decided to leap back into the world of art. I started designing 2D artwork for brands and music festivals, but it was only a short time before my curiosity led me to 3D. The idea of adding another dimension to my creations was irresistible – it was a chance to explore the kind of magic I'd seen in video games and 3D films.

Imagine you have a time machine. Where would you go?
There's something largely intriguing about seeing where humanity is headed. I'm especially curious about the future of art and creativity. How will artists express themselves with technologies that we can't even imagine today? Visiting the future is like getting a sneak peek into all the possibilities that await humanity and coming back with ideas and inspirations that could transform my current work in ways I can't yet fathom.

Other than art, what are you most passionate about?
I'm like the Happy Gilmore of the art world. I originally wanted to be a musician. I used to play in bands and did anything I could to pursue music, but I ended up in visual art. I love it… But I still think I'm a better muso! Other than music, most passionate about my kids and learning things.

What are you working on right now?
Right now, I'm working on the next idea, as the last one wasn't enough!
Besides that, I'm working to bring a new brand into the world, focusing on physical products and immersive experiences of to delight all the senses.

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